Provincial Park Campgrounds and Reservations2013-06-17T17:00:54+00:00

Discover an outdoor utopia amongst our pristine alpine lakes, rugged mountainous interior, and misty old-growth forests carpeted with dew-soaked ferns and moss. Pitch a tent, or just hike in for the day – in British Columbia you can see nature as it was meant to be seen, in all its breathtaking glory.

British Columbia has over 700 national and provincial parks, plus many regional parks. Of the provincial parks, 175 offer camping facilities, some of which permit reservations. BC provincial parks do not have electrical plug-ins and water hook-ups for recreational vehicles at campsites. The only exceptions are Juniper Beach and Steelhead Provincial Parks, which offer electrical hook-ups in some of their campsites. Our marine parks protect scenic stretches of coastline, wildlife and significant ecosystems, and the coastal waters of British Columbia are widely recognized amongst the finest boating destinations in the world.

Campsite Reservations in Provincial Parks

Provincial Park Campgrounds – Reservation Service Available

Vancouver Island and BC Islands

Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Thompson Okanagan

Kootenay Rockies

Cariboo, Chilcotin, Coast

Northern British Columbia

Provincial Park Campgrounds – Reservation Service NOT Available

These provincial parks do have campgrounds, but reservations are not accepted.

Vancouver Island and BC Islands

Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Thompson Okanagan

Kootenay Rockies

Cariboo, Chilcotin, Coast

Northern British Columbia